There’s just something about Freeway and his selection of soulful samples. After appearances with the R.O.C. and the release of his respectable sophomore album, Free at Last, Mr. Pridgen has returned with Hustlaz Prayer. Over a beautifully cultivated Cadillac banger produced by Blunt, this possible track off the forthcoming Freedom of Speech finds the Philly rhymesayer sharing his soul for the streets. In the ‘notable one-liner’ department, Philly Free gets a nod for his Nicki Minaj/Lil’ Wayne commentary (c’mon, who wouldn’t mind getting their Lollipop licked by Nicki?) On this reflective track, Freeway sounds ready to forget about his Roc-A-Drama and begin the next chapter of his recording career.
Written by Kevin L. Clark on 09/22/08
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